Cahill suffered the injury in a collision at first base Tuesday. He allowed five earned runs in 4 2/3 innings in the outing and owns a 9.82 ERA through three appearances this spring.
Rasmus expects to play again Tuesday afternoon but knows it's important to not overdo it. "Just get back into my normal routine, what I've been doing and getting to do my normal stuff will get me right back," Rasmus told MLB.com. "I'll be fine, I'm not worried about it. "We have 162 games to play, you're going to have some bumps in the road at the beginning, middle and all the way through. For me, just keep my legs under me, keep my body right. Just relax, take my time, get to feeling good, get the body feeling good and we'll go from there."
Rasmus hadn't played since Feb. 28 due to a sore neck but was cleared for action earlier this week.
Jackson has shown versatility in the infield this spring, playing second base, third base and shortstop, and has been impressive defensively. While he isn't a major threat with his bat, he did go 2 for 3 with a triple and a home run in his previous two games heading into Tuesday's action.
Jackson made a brief, seven-game appearance with the Cardinals last season while hitting .278/.352/.346 in 442 at-bats at Triple-A Memphis.
With the Braves rotation looking more and more like an infirmary, the team is going to have to rely on Teheran as a rock in the rotation every fifth day. He's playing the part beautifully in the spring, tossing nine scoreless innings over three appearances while striking out eight and walking one. He performed admirably in his first full season in the majors, going 14-8 with a 3.20 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 170:45 K:BB ratio in 185 2/3 innings last year.
Buchanan has given up just one earned run in six innings over three appearances this spring while striking out three and walking one. The nonroster invite is an unlikely option for the rotation to open the season, though he does have plenty of experience in the high minors after going 10-13 with a 4.40 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 108:53 K:BB ratio in 169 2/3 innings between Double-A Reading and Triple-A Lehigh Valley last season.
Craig is now batting .368 (7 for 19) with three doubles and four RBI this spring. He has yet to hit a home run.
While Tuesday's win was Zimmermann's best performance this spring, he has yet to allow a run in three starts, giving up only three hits and one walk while striking out nine in nine innings. He'll look to continue the excellence of his last few seasons after throwing a career-high 213 1/3 innings in 2013.
"I really couldn’t be happier with how I feel right now," he said. "I’ve swung at good pitches, I’m taking good swings, my BP’s have been solid. Nothing has happened that I’ve said, let’s re-assess something. It’s boring, but it’s good. It is. It’s very good."
Sabathia threw two scoreless innings in his debut on March 1 but was knocked around a bit in this one, thanks in part to walking the leadoff batters of each of the first two innings, with both coming around to score.
Sabathia is no stranger to slow Marchs, however, as he's posted a 5.00 ERA or worse in three of the last four exhibition seasons. He's looking for a rebound season after posting a career-worst 4.78 ERA in 2013.
"They did stuff inside today, some movement drills -- both (Duda) and Ike," Collins said. "We’re hoping that they do it again tomorrow. And then we’re hoping on Thursday maybe at least get them into minor-league camp and DH them."